Sheer Beauty of Japanese Maple Bonsai Tauheed Ahmad September 8, 2016 Nature 863 Well, you’ve to admire the majestic beauty of the Japanese Maple Bonsai. Without any doubt it is an amazing display qualities have Bonsai enthusiasts worldwide attempting to grow the very best Maples they can. It is extremely hard to find the exact meaning behind the Japanese Maple but conventionally, in Japanese legends, passing a child through the branches of a Maple tree is said to bring good health, success and wealth. Sounds pretty good to us! Moreover, the Japanese Maple is often referred to by the Japanese as “Momigi”, meaning “Baby’s Hands”. Therefore the practice of bonsai growth incorporates a number of techniques either exclusive to bonsai or, if it is used in other forms of cultivation, applied in infrequent ways that are mostly suitable to the bonsai domain. These techniques include, leaf trimming, the selective removal of leaves (for most varieties of deciduous tree) or needles (for coniferous trees and some others) from a bonsai’s trunk and branches. Pruning the trunk, branches, and roots of the candidate tree and wiring branches and trunks lets the bonsai designer to generate the desired general form and make detailed branch and leaf placements. Well, clamping using mechanical devices for shaping trunks and branches and grafting fresh growing material (classically a bud, branch, or root) into a ready area on the trunk or under the bark of the tree. Moreover defoliation normally provides short-term dwarfing of foliage for definite deciduous species. Deadwood bonsai techniques are also called jin andshari simulate age and maturity in a bonsai. Source: Amazing Things in The World. Originally posted 2015-04-07 12:55:39. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsMaple (Acer), Grow Nature’s Favorite TreeThe World’s Most Beautiful Tree Tunnels RevealedThe Underwater Forest of Kaindy Lake Bring Your Walls to Life with This Plant Wall TrophyLinden is Tall, Fast Growing Shade TreeThe Grass Tree “Xanthorrhoea glauca”Gorgeous Paintings on Fallen Tree Logs Mirror Their Natural OriginsJapanese’s Artists Used 1000s Of Miniature Origami Cranes Turned into Incredible Bonsai Trees Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.